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Sexual harassment in public spaces and pregnancy study

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alexfanghanel Tue 16-Dec-14 07:23:20

I am a researcher at the University of Bedfordshire examining women's experiences of sexual harassment in public spaces whilst they have been pregnant (e.g. on public transport, in the street, in shops etc).

The purpose of this research is to examine how women consider that experiences of sexual harassment in pregnancy affect their experiences of public spaces and their interactions with other people there. It also aims to examine women's experiences of sexual harassment in public spaces when pregnant compare to when they are not pregnant.

If you are over the age of 18 (though your pregnancy may have been when you were younger than 18), you have ever been pregnant and would like to contribute to this study, please click on this link to access the survey:

The survey consists of long and short answers about your experiences and opinions of sexual harassment during pregnancy. It will take 10-15 minutes to complete.

Your response to the survey is completely anonymous and any information you do provide will only be used for this study and will be kept on a secure server for a period of 12 months only.

If you have any question about this survey or the study, whether you want to contribute to the study or not, please feel free to contact me:

Thanks for reading and for your help!

Best wishes,

Dr Alex Fanghanel

alexfanghanel Mon 22-Dec-14 14:47:09

The link above is no longer active... so have reposted the message with the correct info. Thanks for all your help!


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